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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: Dec 2, 2007 6:45pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Do you like Drumz>Space/Feedback?

when the huge spider with a skull for a head begins spinning you around and around in her web it's too late to ask,
"Is this really happening or...?"

Just let nature work it's wonders...
those fungi you ate had a little bitty garden spider under the cap, and she's on the journey with you, inside you and now you're about to be consumed by her.

Oh well... don't fear the reaper...

eeeeyaahhhhhh!


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Poster: Speaking in Swords Date: Dec 2, 2007 7:17pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Do you like Drumz>Space/Feedback?

eeeeyaahhhhhh! is exactly what I said upon first hearing the 10/26/89 Star my one time on K. The pre-Drums jam out of that Star might as well be a Space, it makes my skin crawl just thinking about it. Delightful I tells ya!

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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: Dec 8, 2008 7:31am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Do you like Drumz>Space/Feedback?

yeah, I've streamed that one before.
thanks for the reminder... I'm listening to Dark Star etc. again now.

Some of the reviews were in the back of my mind when I went all 8-legged earlier...

(quoth:)
Reviewer: Enlightened Deadhead - - May 29, 2006
Subject: Dark Star : skeleton of the entire world

If you want to take a journey into your psyche and see what associations lie in wait - fear not for the whole world is in this one Dark Star...tv static, racquetball courts, time-machines, medieval torture, insect communication, funeral horns of new orleans, buddhist scripture, worldbeat, witches incantations, ice-ages, wars, raga, muzak, volcanoes, black holes, peruvian indigenous sounds, crawling, creeping, gliding, seething ends, beginnings, and tight rope walking over some huge abyss.

Reviewer: brainbeat - - December 2, 2004
Subject: Lovely

My third show.
I had to leave during space. I went to the bathroom to rinse my face in the sink and the water started crawling up the walls to the ceiling and back down to the floor. I knew a head who used to be a roadie for the dead and he pointed out Owsley to me - in crazy mask and with some mountain man type walking stick (he had on the 'owsley-dead-bronze' belt buckle that is infamous). There were quite a few costumes around it being near halloween.

Anyway this show was completely sick. This is what convinced me to tour as much as I could until I finally quit in Oct. '94. Download this now you wont regret it. I will never forget this show.
(PS - not confirmed but I beleive this is the 2000th dead show)[?]

Reviewer: Joe Shlobotnick - - September 30, 2004
Subject: Evil

I was at this show and it was extremely edgy. We watched many a pastel colored yuppie suck down frozen mixed drinks, oblivious to the seriousness of the first set. By the time Drums was hitting us, these poor folks were literally crawling up the aisles, covered in their own sick, trying to get out of the cauldron. A bizarre sight, but I am sure if had been partaking of anything psychoactive that night, I would have been right down there with them.

Gives new meaning to the phrase "killer show"!(unquote)

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Poster: spacedface Date: Dec 2, 2007 7:49pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Do you like Drumz>Space/Feedback?

In 10-26-89 it seems like Dark Star through Space is one big song anyway...